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CRC - Explosive Welding: Processes and Structures

Organization: CRC
Publication Date: 5 August 2019
Page Count: 242
scope:

This reference explores explosion welding, a high intensity, transient impact that achieves metal compounds not obtainable otherwise. Electron microscopy images cover the structure of numerous welded joints including titanium-orthorhombic titanium aluminide, copper-tantalum, aluminum-tantalum, iron-silver, steel-steel, and copper-titanium. These weldable pairs have different solubility than their initial elements. The authors present various processes and structures including granulating fragmentation, cusps, splashes, and quasi-wave interface. Specific risk zones for chemical and petrochemical (coke chamber) reactors are probed and suggestions offered.

Key Features:

Offers new theories about explosion welding processes and structures

Investigates dozens of weldable pairs with differing solubility from initial elements

Studies both hetero- and homogeneous pairs

Explores welded joints with flat, wavy and quasi-wavy separation boundaries

Observes irregularities of the separation surface relief observing asperities and splashes and their transformation under intensified welding modes

Unveils a new type of fragmentation under explosion welding

Explosive Welding: Processes and Structures is a valuable resource for a wide range of experts involved in explosion welding, engineers, as well as graduate and postgraduate students.

Authors: B.A. Greenberg, M. A. Ivanov, S. V. Kuzmin, V. I. Lysak

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